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Conductivity sensorsCD Series 

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      In the CD series you can find a wide variety of sensors for different measurement ranges, temperatures resistance and connections such as threaded (for generic use) and clamp (for sanitary use)

      Models and characteristics for conductivity meters of the CD series

      Conductivity sensors models
      Model LA-CD-SS-M-R1-T1-NPT-005 LA-CD-SS-M-R1-T2-C30-005

      Measurement range 
      0,01 ~ 20 µS/cm 0,01 ~ 20 µs/cm 0 ~ 2.000 µS/cm
       1 ~ 70.000 µS/cm
      ±1% Full Scale
      ±1% Full Scale ±1% Full Scale
      ±1% Full Scale

      Body material SS316L SS316 SS316L
      Temperature range  0~50℃ 0 ~ 120°C 0 ~ 50℃ 0 ~ 50℃
      Temperature precision ±3℃
      ­­±3°C ±3℃
      Connection G3/4 Clamp  G3/4
      Pressure ≤0.5MPa


      Technical information

      One channel conductivity meter  

      • Ingress protection rating: IP57
      • Automatic temperature compensation
      • Precision: ­±1% Full Scale
      • Resolution: 0.01 uS/cm
      • Analog Output: 4-20 mA.
      • Digital Output: MODBUS RS-485
      • 2 relays alarm (High and Low)
      • Power supply: 24 VDC.
      • Variables: Conductivity ­(µS/cm, mS/cm), resistivity (mΩ.m  ) and disolved solids (ppm).

      Common applications

       The online conductivity/hardness/resistivity analyzer is widely applied for continuous monitoring and measurement of EC, TDS or ER value and temperature of fluids in the industry of thermal power, chemical fertilizer, environmental protection, metallurgy, mining, pharmacy , biochemistry, food, water, etc.

       The lowest range, having an accuracy of 0.2µS, allows for very precise detection of dissolved salts in micro and ultrafiltration equipment as well as in reverse osmosis treatments, among others.

       Higher range equipment allows you to obtain the amount of salts dissolved in very concentrated solutions, for example, in the mining industry where this equipment is used to obtain the amount of lithium salts present in the brine.